Ghana Models Awards 2022 Holds Successfully

This year, the annual Ghana Models Awards, was successfully held at Airport View Hotel in Accra on Saturday 15th October 2022. A host of models and other stakeholders of the modelling industry gathered to celebrate models and related personalities, who have worked hard and have contributed to the progress of the modelling industry in Ghana. The organizer of the event Jerry Wonder, stated that this year was different from previous years in terms of the winners, the event as a whole and the vision of the Ghana Models Awards initiative.

Explaining what made this year’s Ghana Models Awards unique, the Event Director for the Ghana Models Awards Jerry Wonder, said that certain significant changes had occurred. “First of all, we have separated the child models from the adults. And so, the children now have their own awards which is organized separately. Also, in the adult’s edition, we have separated editorial modelling from commercial modelling in order to give room for more models in editorial modelling to emerge; this was necessitated by the loud editorial works of model Aisha Napari (winner of the Overall Female Model of the Year). We also had our first overall winner from overseas. All these have strengthened the overall vision of the Ghana Models Awards and so, this year’s edition is what I call the ‘catapult edition’, as it is propelling the event to greater heights”, he explained.

This year, the Overall Female Model of the Year went to Aisha Napari while the Overall Male Model of the Year was won by New York based Ghanaian model Joseph T. Aggrey. The overall ‘Model Agency of the Year’ was ‘Godzy Modelling Agency’ with ‘Iconz Models’ winning the ‘Most Promising Model Agency of the Year’.

Full List of Winners at Ghana Models Awards 2022

·        Modelling Show/ Event of the Year – Top Model Ghana.

·        Agent / Talent Scout of the Year – Kelvin Moses Quaye

·        Catwalk Trainer / Choreographr of the Year – Richard K. Agbemezah.

·        Video Vixen of the Year – Efya Harmless

·        Discovery of the year – Makaa Evelyn Bladu.

·        Underwear Model of the Year (Male) – Kenny Jim Parku.

·        Plus Size Model of the Year – Harriet Alubankudi.

·        Bikini/ Lingerie Model of the Year – Efya Harmless

·        Makeup Artist/ House of the Year – Loretta Agyemang

·        Modelling School of the Year – Exopa Modelling School

·        Most Promising Model of the Year (Male) – Glenn Zime.

·        Most Promising Model of the Year (Female) – Christabel Ansah

·        Commercial Model of the Year (Male) – George Kafui.

·        Commercial Model of the Year (Female) – Libby Dsane.

·        Editorial Model of the Year (Male) – Clinton Samuel.

·        Editorial Model of the Year (Female) – Aisha Napari.

·        Runway Model of the Year (Male) – Ralph Zillary

·        Runway Model of the Year (Female) – Bintu Baba Jallo

·        Overall Model of the Year (Male) – Joseph T. Aggrey.

·        Overall Model of the Year (Female) – Aisha Napari.

·        Model Agency of the Year – Godzy Modelling Agency

Honorary Awards:

Contribution to modelling by organization – Abrantie College

Contribution to modelling by individual – Hajia Adiza Bala Faila (ShamfzJ Models & Ghana Modest Fashion Week)

Model Advocacy & Commitment Award – Tyronne J. Bossman.

Flora Community Service Award – Ruthy Nutifafa.

Consistency by Individual – Abu Sadick.

Consistency by Organization – RIOHS College.

Model with a Purpose – Harriet Alubankudi

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